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"h(:," the exhilarating -t based upon the Ording to St. Mat- t Friday, August II, lBIJ CO.Opera House, The ., up at promptly 8 , , . . !1n2Youn: r ehg,us UVe  , XS a ]unllam :i Ve 'ther than through hate n,._... , ch ra es and IO r _ " elays the message  ,, is dJo Others in several m_nnerisms He shows :to:,, : ifferent characters _  Y a young but very ove 1st that through love affi ,tanding they will tter way of life. nat of Jesus, portrayed nOnv. l Ilreeden, is one of dUnderstanding set to Sa h .,dlL a 'gh-spirited light- le Unner. --.'-i:-,n direct sermon in '' It is a colorfuE entertainment wearing a sincere and the rest of in harlequin- and an array of clown make-up assuming their many different roles as they learn about life and people. The audience may find themselves clapping and singing soon after the show begins. The songs are vibrant and the music, )erformed by Sarah Kline, )iano, Frank Manuel, bass, Rick Jackson, lead guitar, and Chris Alexander, percussion, is completely overwhelming. The artistic director of God- spel, Robert Angel, says, "Doing this show has been a special experience for me and an of the cast. Something very special happens but I'm not sure just what." Tickets for this musical ex- travaganza are available at the office of the Old Opera House, 204 North George Street, Tuesday through Saturday, 10:30-6:30 p.m. Tickets are $5. Children 12 years old and under are admitted for half price. Group rates are also available. CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Varner, E. Congress Street, returned Wednesday from a vacation at Williamsburg, Va. While there they visited Busch Gardens and Jamestown. Miss Lucy Rodefer has recently undergone major "surgery at George Washington University Hospital, Washington, D.C. At the present time Miss Rodefer is recuperating satisfactorily at her home on South Church Street. Having been retired after 35 years in the State Department in Washington, Lucy has returned to her native Charles town. Mrs. Beulah Fields, East Congress Street, accompanied by Miss Virginia Hardy, Har- pers Ferry, has returned from a ten-day vacation in Hawaii. While there they toured the islands of Oahu and Kauai. Mrs. Pauline Henry, Tuscan, SHERIFF'S SALE undersigned Sheriff did levy upon the goods below of Harpers Ferry Caverns, Inc., Rion, for a Writ of Execution entered in Circuit Civil Action Number 78-C- nith-Nadenbousch Insurance, Inc., a corporation, bistress War from the Office of the Tax Com- ginia, notice is hereby given will sell at auction, for cash, on Friday, at I0:30 A.M., upon the premises of Harpers Inc. and Jellystone Campground,adjacent to Jte 27, known as the Bakerton Road or the Old just north of U.S. Route 340 at the foot of the following items of personal property: 1-ton, 1975 model, stake-body truck, S-N with snow blade; About 200 picnic tables wood tops and seats); 1 Richardson mobile 8' wide, about 45! long; 4 Maytag coin-operated 4 Maytag coin-operated dryers; Metal display deep, 4 shelves high, sections about 5' long, 17 be sold; 2 Howard stainless steel, glass door Kelvinator ice cream cooler; 1 Ice storage chest; 2 ; I Commercial pop corn machine; I nachine; 1 Royal typewriter; ILatham time clock; graph machine; 2 Window air conditioners; 4 Steel 4 Desks (various sizes); 2 Cash registers; 1 adding machine; 2 Chair type hair dryers (Swift ; 5 Card files; 4 Concrete bird baths; I Gas tank gal.) with hand pump; I Aluminum extension 3 Formica tables {about 3' square) ; 22 Wooden padded seats; I Metal table; 9 Misc. chairs; shelves; Misc. display racks and showcases; 8 gal.; 3 Plastic trash cans; 1 Taylor ice cream items such as sweatshirts, toys, novelty items, this is new merchandise. Howard W. Wil t Sheriff of Jefferson County Ariz., returned home after a five-week visit with her sisters, Mrs. Donna Alger and Mrs. Louise Myers, beth of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eyster spent last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reynolds, Stevenson, Md. The Eysters have recently moved into their new home in Tuscawilla Hills. Three generations of Myers enjoyed a weeks vacation at a cottage in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. Grandmother Louise (Mrs. Howard) Myers, South Church i Street, son Bill and wife Jean Ellen, granddaughters Donna Jean Huffins, Carol and grand- son Billy Jr., have now returned to their respective homes and to their various vocations. Louise has been a nurse at Jefferson Memorial Hospital for many years; son Bill is employed as Control Supt. of Construction for Dupont Co., Charleston, W. Va. Carol is Executive Secretary for Ford Motor Co., Arlington, Va.; Donna Jean resides in Her- mitage, Tenn.; and Billy Jr., is a third-year student at W. Va. University, Morgantown. Ms. Mary Lou Garvin Morgantown, Captain Tom Wentworth, Washington, D.C., and this reporter were dinner guests Friday at the home of Ms. Francina Stonesifer and her sister and brotber-in-law Col. Louis Garvin and wife Ann, S. Church Street. Dinner was prepared by gourmet cook Ann. Her menu included fresh shrimp Newburg on rice, old ham and Charlotte Russe for dessert...a veritable feast. HONOR LUNCHEON Miss Mary Everhart, Kear- neysville, was the guest of distinction at a luncheon last Sunday given by Misses Catherine and Marie Trussell and Mrs. Ginger Bordier as hostesses for the event. The party was held at the Trussell home on South Church Street in honor of the approaching marriage of Miss Everhart to Mr. Stafford Koonce, Halltown, which will take place Aug. 19. Following the I p.m. buffet luncheon, Miss Everhart was presented with a full place setting of Minnton china, Grassmere pattern, by the 18 guests -- her friends and work associates. The Trussell family was tastefully decorated with appropriate floral arrangements for the occasion. Miss Everhart is the daughter of Mrs. Herbert Everhart, Postmistress of Kearneysville. Heavy rains did not dampen the enthusiasm of guests who arrived between showers to attend a cocktail party given by Miss Francina Stonesifer, S. Mildred Street on Friday, July 30. Honored guests were Rat. Col. USAF Louis A. Garvin, wife Ann and son Louis. Ann add Louis are residents of Niceville, Fla., and Lou, Jr., is employed as First Officer with Southwest Airlines which is based in Dallas, Texas. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Watson, j Leetown Road, included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson and daughter of Largo, Fla. The Simpsons are spending the summer at their cottage on the South Branch of the Potomac in Hampshire County. Mr. Watson and Mr. Simpson are cousins. Col. and Mrs. Louis Garvin gave a dinner party Saturday at the Bavarian Inn, Shopnerd- stown. Honored guests included Mrs. Mary Lou Garvin, Morgantown; Miss Francina Stonsifer, Charles Town and Washington, D.C.; Captain Thomas Wentworth, Washington and Mr. and Mrs, William Wilson of. Charles Town. Little Mindy Espinoea, age 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Espinoea, Belvedere Heights, Charles Town, returned Friday from Winchester Memorial Hospital where she underwent major eye surgery by Dr. Charles Burns. Mindy is recuperating at home and would like to hear from her friends. [Shepherd Director Earns WVU Doctorate Gerald w. Zimmerman, director of bands and assistant professor of music at Shepherd College, has been awarded the doctor of philosophy degree by West Virginia University. The title of his doctoral dissertation was 'q'he Effect of Role-Playing on Attitudes Toward Music." Dr. Zimmerman' study dealt with a possible way of changing students' attitudes toward music. This research was carried on at Shepherd College with groups of students in un- dergraduate music appreciation classes. He concluded that certain role-playing exercise can be successful in changing students' attitudes toward music. Dr. Zimmerman is a native of Akron, 'Ohio. His bachelor's SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 1O, 1978 15 degree was granted by Bowling Green State University in Ohio, his master's by Ithaca College, New York. He has held professional positions at Ithaca College, Cortland College, Twinsburg Public Schools and West Virginia University. Professor Zimmerman joined the Shepherd College faculty in 1974. He both writes and directs the half-time shows of the marching band at football games. In addition, he conducts the Wind Symphony, the concert band, the Brass Ensemble, and writes musical arrangements for the Jazz Ensemble. Health Advimy Group Meets Next Wednesday The Region IX Advisory Committee of the W. Va. Health Systems Agency, Inc. (WV HSA) will meet Wednesday, Aug. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Ranson. The main item on the agenda is discussion of the W. Va. Health Systems Plan {HSP) and Annual Implementation Plan (ALP). James Bryan, of Reason, is chairman of the committee, Region IX includes Berkeley, Morgan and Jefferson Counties. The meeting is open to the AUGUST SALE... Silver Reed Seiko Electric Portable Typewriter Ott's Business Service E.Washingtont. Charles Town, W,Va. Model 8700 REGULAR s289.95 Case Included SALE s239.95 FEA TURE Electric Carriage Return 13" C.arriage; Correcting I/. space KEY SET TABULATOR ... Repeat Oti, e, S/e, f,, p,,td, ry,,,,#,, frm S$.$0 To /,se From T Chapman's ypewriter co. 127 S. Braddock St. Winchester, Va. SHEPHERD COLLEGE OFF - CAMPUS CLASSES 00FALL SEMESTER 1978 The courses listed below will be offered Off-Campus during the 1978 Fall Semester at Shepherd College. Persons wishing t3 enroll in these courses should follow one of these steps: i.) If you WERE ENROLLED at Shepherd College during either the Spring 1978 Semester or 1978 Summer Session, report to the College Cafeteria on Monday, August 21, at 6:00 p.m. for registration and payment of fees. Classes begin. Wednesday, August 23. 2.) If you WERE NOT ENROLLED at;Shepherd College during either the Spring 1978 Semester or 1978 Summer Session, complete the coupon below and send it to the Admissions Office at Shepherd College. We will send you the necessary admissions application forms for your completion and return to us. You will be notified by mail about the date and time for registration. Special Off-Campus Course registration sessions will be held in Charles Town and Martinsburg for the convenience of persons planning to enroll in Off-Campus courses only. The Charles Town registration will be held at the Shenandoah Home in Ranson from 6-7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 16. The Martinsburg registration will be held on the Mezzanine of the MartinsBurg-Berkeley county Library from 6-8:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 17. Copies of the complete Fall semester Schedule of lasses (on-campus and off-campus) are available by calling or writing the Admissions Office, Shepherd College, ShepherdStow, WV 25443 Telephone 304-876-2511 or 304-267-4183. BERKELEY COUNTY 11-360 21-199 21-299 A Dr. Bob Brown James Kumsey Center A Mrs. Jan Dubois James Rumsey Center A Dr. Donna Grlggs 32-!ii E 60-I01 1 60-!01 J 60-101 K 60-10! L 60-i01 69-199 A 71-101 J 7L-i51 K 83-313 A alesmmship Manual Communication Y,thods & Materials for Teaching Language Ar%S to Handicapped Children Music AppreciaLion Written English W:tten English I Written nqlish I Wzitten English I Written English I ractica! Az?cctS of Play Selection and Production }listory of Civilization Hi,tory of Civilzation Automated Fire Protection Systems Tuesday 7:00 - 9:40 p.m. 3 hrs. Tuesday 6:00 - 8:40 p.m. 3 hrs. Thursday 6:00 - 8:40 p.m. 3 hrs. Monday 7:00 - 8:50 p.m. 2 hrs. Eon-Wd-Fri 8:04 - 9:00 a.m. 3 hrs. Mon-Wed-Fri :I0 - 9:00 a.m. 3 hrs. Mon-ed-Fri ll:00 -12:00 a.m. 3 hrs. Mon-Wcd-Fri 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. 3 hrs. Mon-Wed-Fri 11:15 -12:15 a.m. 3 s. Tuesday 7:00 - 9:40 p.m. 3 hrs. Mon-Wed-Fri i0:00 -ll;0C a.m. 3 Ere. n-Wed-Fr 1:30 - 2:30 p,m. 3 hrs. Tuesday 7:00 - 9:40 p,m. 3 hrs. Mrs, Jane Yotag Dr, charles Carter Dr. John Winters Ms, Jane Young .Mrs. Jane Young Dr, Bruce Fartin .. P.ton Marshall Mr. Paxt@n Marshall F. Rch,%d ?errs Jnes R,tsey Center Martinsburg/3erk Co. Library Martlnsbu {igh school Mussel:nn High Sc/.ool Martinsburg High School Hedgesville High School Hedgesville High School Bark. Co. Civic Theatre Mrtinsburg High School Hedgesville igh School Jas Rumsey Center JEFFERSON COUNTY 21-199 33-305 60-101 8-202 88-302 Intro. to the Needs & Characteristics of Handicapped Children Tuesday 6:00 - 8:40 p.m. 3 hrs. C Self Awareness for Women Wednesday 7:00 - 9:40 p.m. 3 hrs. A History of Furniture Tuesday 6:30 - 9:10 p.m. 3 hrs, M Written English  Fn-Wed-Fri 1:55 - 2:5 p.m. 3 hrs. A Hazardous Materials Man - Wed 6:30 - 7:45 p.m, 3 hrs. A Tactics & Sategi of Fire Suppression Thursday 6:30 - 9:40 p.m. 3 hrs. MORGAN COUNTY 60-101 P Written English I Tue-Thur : 1:30 - 2:45 p.m. ' 3 hrs. Charles Town Junior High Dr. Mary Sue Eldridge ShenandoahHome, Ranson Mrs. Rosa Hall Shepherd College Campus Mrs. Jane Grissinger Jefferson High School Mr. ke Athey Shepherd College Campus Mr. Louis Zuccarelli Shepherdstown Fire Hall Mr. Melvin Wyler Berkeley Springs High OIL TANK Tiffs SEASON???? OIL COMPANYCAN | A I AN OIL TANK FOR YOU .... [@.3 NEW HOME EXTRA STORAGE TANK MOBILE HOME NEEDS AI,o Sell,You a Tank andYou May EXTRA SAVINGS. We Would Like Tank with That Good CITGO FUEL Call us for SPECIAL PRICES. Products Calh OIL CO., Inc. W.VA CHARLES TOWN 725- 7021. .... CUP AND MAIL mtUT  ADMissioNs MAT PARTnMI $TUDL'q111 FOR PEIK)NS NOT CURHNTLY ENROLLED CITY, STATE ,ZIP Are you enrolled et Shepherd',-" YES NO WJ.I1 you be working tow:rd a degree at Shepherd? YES NO Have you atZended Shepherd previously? YES NO I am b%terested in on-campus off-campus  courses. : mm, m this o.lm. ,o th. admi,,k., Om, Sbe,.I Shepher&dm, WV 2M by AusuM II. 1978. Yet* will be Sent M- missions materlMs whlch must be ompleh,  retvrnd to Shepherd by A,qust IS, tt'.